Andalou Razor is the debut release of electronic musician Adhesion. Made entirely with software in the latter quarter of 2004, this album crosses a vast number of genre lines, with songs ranging from downtempo to aggressive techno to trance to ambient. Artist website: http://evilresidence.com favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Electronic, Techno, Melodic Downtempo, Breakbeat, Beyond Classification, Full Album, Evil Residence... Source: Adhesion
Delphi Arrival is the 12th release and ninth Album-A-Day from electronic musician and composer Adhesion. Made from May 29th-31st, 2006, this project is an experiment in combining multiple aspects of modern electronic music in an eclectic style. Ths first AAD by Adhesion since his first (It's Really Hot Outside!) to not have an overarching theme of some sort. Genres like pop, IDM, breakbeat and ambient are explored with the addition of complex harmonies like 7th & 9th chords. The... Topics: Electronic, Evil Residence Records, Crap Art, Experimental, IDM, Ambient, Album-A-Day, Vocoder,...
Idiosyncratic Dance Music is the 20th release and 17th album-a-day by electronic musician Adhesion. As evidenced by the title, this album is comprised of electronic dance music more conventional than Adhesion's usual experimental fare, with all songs in 4/4 and none slower than 125 bpm. Genres covered include dark & ambient techno, gabber, house, acid and of course IDM. Recommended tracks: Steel + Eyes + Mind, an angry gabber stomper, idiosynchronous, an acid-tinged, fast-paced IDM track,... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Crap Art, Album-A-Day, Dance, Techno, Acid, IDM, House, Gabber Source: Adhesion
Invincible Fighting Spirit is the seventh album-a-day and 10th release by electronic musician Adhesion. The concept of this album is that it is a soundtrack to a fictitious 8-bit or 16-bit era video game. As such, the production sounds intentionally dated, with heavy use of simple waveforms and basic FM synthesis, invoking memories of the days of the Genesis YM2612 and the NES sound chip. The songs of this release are very thematic and were written to be appropriate for specific video game... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Chiptune, Video Game Music, Album-A-Day, Crap Art, Full Album, Self-Produced Source: Adhesion
The second release and first Album-A-Day ( crapart.spacebar.org/aad ) from electronic musician Adhesion. All tracks were written and produced (entirely in software) from 12:30PM July 6th to 2:30AM July 7th, 2005. Styles include ambient, noise, chiptune and cheesy eurobeat. More info: http://www.evilresidence.com Topics: Electronic, Eurodance, Noise, Experimental, Full Album, Chip, Album-A-Day, Evil Residence Records Source: Adhesion
Mind-Killer is the 22nd release and 19th album-a-day from electronic musician Adhesion. Conceived as a dark, cohesive album, this release runs through a number of genres and emotions, from outright evil breakcore to sinister, impersonal industrial to melancholy downtempo and more. All the tracks flow together and if you look hard enough you might find a story in it. Recommended tracks include But the little men..., a menacing tribal track, The superficial emptiness, a piano-driven, accessible... Topics: evil residence records, album-a-day, full album, downtempo, breakcore, idm, drum'n'bass,...
New Folder is the tenth Album-A-Day and thirteenth release from electronic musician and composer Adhesion. This album takes on a more experimental slant than usual - all tracks were made with virtually the same electronic instrumentation (made all in software as per usual, with some sampling). As a result, all tracks flow together/transition in some fashion. Tracks range from rhythmic & sample experimentation to nonsense robot hip-hop to extended jamming. Made on June 14th-15th, 2006. more... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Experimental, Electronic, Crap Art, Album-A-Day, Hip Hop, Jam, Downtempo,... Source: Adhesion
The second full-length album and sixth release from electronic musician and experimenter Adhesion. Made over the course of 2005, this release contains songs spanning a vast number of genres as per usual - ambient, downtempo, IDM, techno, chiptune, breakcore/drum'n'bass and a variety of other genres which as of now have no names. Composed and produced entirely with software, it is an extensive, cohesive and flowing work of musical art. more info: http://www.evilresidence.com Topics: Techno, Trance, IDM, Chipstyle, Ambient, Breakcore, Beyond Classification, Self-Produced, Full... Source: Adhesion
The fourth release from electronic musician Adhesion. Originally conceived as an attempt at 7 Album-A-Days in 7 days, it quickly degenerated in a mad rush to reach the goal of 140 minutes. The whole project, from start to finish, took 11 days instead of the planned 7. The result is a double album that defies classification, crossing through genres like downtempo, ambient, techno, trance and noise. More info: http://www.evilresidence.com Topics: Electronic, Techno, Ambient, Experimental, Beyond Classification, Bit Pop, Full Album, Album-A-Day,... Source: Adhesion
The sixth album-a-day and ninth release from electronic musician and composer Adhesion. This album follows not only the model of the Album-A-Day , it is also a Doppelganger AAD, meaning the track titles and subject matter are sourced from another album - in this case, Pornoise Extra by Merzbow from the Merzbox. Track lengths were also approximately matched. The music of this release is generally noisy and chaotic, marking a similarity to the works of Merzbow but being more structured and... Topics: Music, Full Album, Experimental, Noise, Electronic, Crap Art, Album-A-Day, Evil Residence Records,... Source: Adhesion
Prolific is a collection of the 12th, 13th and 14th album-a-days by electronic musician Adhesion. This whole release was written and produced in the span of about 4 days total (August 21st-24th, 2006), within the rules of the album-a-day project. Tracks 1-7 make up part 1, which is faster and more slanted towards techno and IDM with a little jazz at the end. Part 2 is tracks 8-14 and is made up of ambient and downtempo with the last track being dub. The last part of the album is a return to the... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Experimental, Electronic, Crap Art, Album-A-Day, Ambient, Downtempo,... Source: Adhesion
The fifth release and third Album-A-Day from electronic musician Adhesion. All of the songs on this release have some randomly generated elements, primarily in melody, rhythm and production effects. Also included are aleatoric programming/noise experiments. The entire album was written and produced on November 23, 2005, conforming to the rules of the Album-A-Day project specs. More info: http://evilresidence.com Topics: Electronic, Noise, Experimental, Beyond Classification, Neo-classical, Full Album, Album-A-Day,... Source: Adhesion
Pseudocold2 is the 17th release and 16th album-a-day from electronic music composer Adhesion. In the same vein as last year's Pseudocold1, much of the music and instrumentation of this album was derived pseudo-randomly. In addition to randomly-generated noise, many various genres are prominently displayed and mixed together, including downtempo, rap, drum'n'bass, IDM and baroque music. Recommended tracks: photokinesis, technical rococo, cut reality and ending experiment. Written and produced... Topics: evil residence records, electronic, album-a-day, full album, rap, random crap Source: Adhesion
The 23rd release and 20th album-a-day from electronic musician and composer Adhesion, Pseudocold3 is the 3rd in a series of album-a-days that incorporate significant aleatoric elements into their music. Various time signatures, melodies, effects and arrangements were created or chosen randomly. The result is a very diverse and very enjoyable album of electronic music, which includes epic, emotional house (heard love's arrival), dark & brooding classical-esque ambient (tainted blood),... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Electronic, Album-A-Day, Crap Art, Experimental, House, Ambient, Techno,...
Rushed Music is the 18th album and 17th album-a-day from electronic musician Adhesion. Made just a few days after Pseudocold2, this release was originally planned as a most-number-of-songs-in-a-day competition with fellow composer Scrap Heap , however, it quickly degenerated back into a normal album-a-day. Unlike most other AADs from Adhesion, this one doesn't have a general theme (aside from all songs being roughly 2 minutes or less) and was made without taking a sleep break. Musically, this... Topics: Electronic, Experimental, Crap Art, Album-A-Day, Evil Residence Records, Improvisation, Ambient,... Source: Adhesion
Shapes is the eighth Album-A-Day from composer and electronic musician Adhesion. A concept album in nature, Shapes is a somewhat of a song cycle based on the different shapes of the album cover. Each shape and connection between shapes corresponds to a track of the album, and the visual properties of the objects are represented in the music. The songs tend to be abstract and unique in production, but still musically interesting both melodically and in the use of complex harmonies. In addition,... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Experimental, Electronic, Downtempo, IDM, Irregular Time Signatures,... Source: Adhesion
The 3rd album, 2nd Album-A-Day ( crapart.spacebar.org/aad ) and 1st Deaf Ear experiment from electronic musician Adhesion. This album was made entirely in software and according to the rules of both the album-a-day and the deaf ear AAD: all songs must be written and produced within a 24-hour period, and listening to any of the songs before the entire album is finished is forbidden. (However, some post-production mixing work was done to make the album not sound like crap.) The result is a... Topics: Drum & Bass, Electronic, Techno, Down beat / Chill, Experimental, Full Album, Album-A-Day, Evil... Source: Adhesion
The eighth release and fifth Album-A-Day from electronic musician Adhesion. Another deaf ear aad (ie the songs were not heard when being written and produced), this one is more experimental by having 30 40-second long songs. Production is very electronic and experimental. Made mostly in software on January 7th, 2006. More info: http://www.evilresidence.com Topics: Experimental, Album-A-Day, Crap Art, Electronic, Evil Residence Records, Chiptune, Dance, Acid,... Source: Adhesion
Uncertainty3 is the 14th release and 11th Album-A-Day from electronic musician and composer Adhesion. This is another Deaf Ear AAD, meaning that all the tracks were written and produced without being listened to (with some final mixing requiring a listen or two). Conforming to the rules of the AAD project, Uncertainty3 was completely made on July 12th, 2006. The music of this release is, as usual, very electronic in terms of production, with forays into IDM, ambient, chiptune and other genres.... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Experimental, IDM, Ambient, Electronic, Chiptune
Uncertainty4 is the 19th release, 18th album-a-day and first harpsichord concerto by electronic music (and classical) composer Adhesion. In addition, being the fourth in the Uncertainty series, it is a deaf ear album meaning that it was written without being listened to at all (with final mixing/mastering done after listening). The music of this release, written for 3 harpsichords and strings, is primarily baroque-oriented with a strong sense of rhythm but also contains elements of minimalism... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Classical, Baroque, Experimental, Minimalism, Atonal, Serialism,... Source: Adhesion
Uncertainty5 is the 21st release and 18th album-a-day by composer and electronic musician Adhesion. It is also the 5th in the Uncertainty series, indicating that in addition to being an AAD, it is also a deaf ear AAD, in which the music is not listened to at all while being composed and produced. Unlike the previous entry in the Uncertainty series, this one is a return to the electronic stylings of the first three, with a mix of IDM, techno, ambient and noise. Recommended tracks include Bring... Topics: evil residence records, album-a-day, full album, techno, idm, breakcore, ambient, noise,...
You Should is Adhesion's fifteenth album-a-day and a massive departure from the usual mix of various electronic music genres. This release is made up nearly entirely from recorded instruments, including slide whistle, voice, recorder, jaw harp and djembe. The music tends to be mostly rhythm and percussion-oriented with a few spoken word anomalies as well as a 4-part harmony piece. Due to some technical problems the second half of the album includes various electronic manglings, but all of the... Topics: Evil Residence Records, Experimental, World, Ethnic, Djembe, Spoken Word, 4-Part Harmony,... Source: Adhesion
AOR Stands for AOR is the second sampler for Evil Residence Records, highlighting stuff from the first two rounds of releases. This includes songs off of Apostles of Robespierre - I Topics: evil residence records, electronic, sampler Source: Evil Residence Records
Deconstructing Neodialectic Deappropriation is an album-a-day by Apostles of Robespierre . Completed in the short span of 5 hours, and consisting of one 25 minutes song, Deconstructing Neodialectic Deappropriation is a thoughtful and precisely constructed examination of modern musical tendencies through deliberate disregard of traditional tonal principles. Website: EvilResidence.com Topics: Noise, Full Album, Album-A-Day, Evil Residence Records, Apostles of Robespierre Source: Apostles of Robespierre
struggle between two contending ideas is the fourth album and second album-a-day by electronic music group, Apostles of Robespierre . Starting with a little scuffle before our two heroes before they join forces and travel on a journey of personal discovery and spiritual enlightenment. Topics: noise, full album, album-a-day, duel, spiritual, enlightenment, experimental, sega saturn, sine,... Source: Apostles of Robespierre
You'll Never Take Me Alive is the debut release from Apostles of Robespierre , a collaboration between electronic musicians Adhesion and dotCommunism . Created in the latter quarter of 2004 with a software-based setup, this album is a collection of the various experiments that emerged when AOR began. Songs range from light-hearted and silly to dark and aggressive and from 10/8 Nixon electronica to ethereal downtempo. More info: www.evilresidence.com Topics: Ambient, Drum & Bass, Electronic, Breakbeat, Beyond Classification, Political, Full Album,... Source: Apostles of Robespierre